The successful apprentice will be responsible for:
- Answering all telephone calls
- Replying to Emails
- Supervising other staff
- Assigning roles
- Background in administration would be good but not essential
The successful apprentice will enjoy:
- Competitive salary
- Kind working environment
- Good hands on experience
The company will be looking into the possibility of making the successful candidate a permanent employee.
You will be a successful apprentice if you have:
- Excellent memory
- Good attention to detail
- Fast typing skills
The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
- Excellent telephone skills
- Excellent communication skills with good verbal and written English
- Able to work well as a team and by themselves
- Calm and professional working manner
- Excellent administrative skills
- Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook skills
- High attention to detail
- Can-do, positive attitude
- Able to work under pressure
- Smart and well presented
- Organised, accurate and methodical
GCSE or equivalent in English & maths at grade 9-4 (or equivalent) preferred.
- Level 3 - Business Administrator
- Functional Skills if required
Remit provide high quality, varied and innovative methods of delivery enabling flexible access to learning; driving the use of technology and creating exceptional learning programmes. ‘The Art of The Possible’, ensures we create Apprenticeships that are as good as they possibly can be. Remit ensure every element of your apprenticeship programme reaches the same high-quality standard from start to finish. A business administration apprentice can choose to take extra modules focusing on things like marketing, customer service, social media and team leading. All of these skills are transferable skills that will look great on their CV when applying for jobs.
As a business administrator, they will be involved in tasks such as managing diaries and making travel arrangements, fi ling both manually and electronically, helping to organise events or meetings and keeping an eye over a company’s financial records. They will develop excellent communication skills to help deal with a huge variety of people and will get to learn about their company’s different processes and systems used to run the business.
At Level 3, they will also start to learn how to manage other employees, take responsibility for areas of the office and place orders and manage stationery. By now their role will be having a greater impact on the company as a whole. With a Level 3 apprenticeship in business administration they could move on to completing their Level 4 qualification to further develop their managerial skills. The apprentice would be able to look for a job in almost any company they wanted, as all business’ will require some level of business administration. The qualification could help them progress their career in to team leader or management roles within a business.